Public Art is not defined in land use code here. Most of the public art related codes are within the Administrative code.
All projects require the proper approvals and permits – usually through the Buildings department for more permanent installations. Frequently these permits are processed as part of the larger construction project, but a single public art
installation may require a stand-alone permit. Our office does have to pay for those. There is not a “Public Art Permit” here.
Elise DeMarzo | Public Art Program Director
1313 Newell Road | Palo Alto, CA 94303
D: 650.617.3517 | E:
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Greetings Pan Pals
I’m interested in collecting a quick survey of permitting and land use definitions as they relate to public art, and will happily share responses once I’ve received them. My questions for you are:
Thanks in advance for your feedback!
Public Art Program, Office of Arts and Culture
Office of Arts and Culture Public Art Program
Library & Arts Department
1001 Arapahoe Avenue | Boulder, CO 80302
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